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A 50-foot long ceramic mural, “One World,” was on display Saturday, Nov. 12 at Landmark Lane in Kent Green before moving to a museum in Japan. Photo by Lans Christensen

Kent gets a look at mural before it heads to Japan

KENT — A large and appreciative crowd of Joy Brown devotees were treated to a presentation of her most recent ceramic mural “One World” on Saturday, Nov. 12  at a gallery on Landmark Lane in Kent Green.

Photo by Lans Christensen

Music for a good cause

Wanda Houston and the HBH Band entertained on Friday, Oct. 14, at a Kent Land Trust concert at the Land Trust’s field in cooperation with Kent Parks and Recreation, Kent Lions and Kent Greenhouse & Gardens, to benefit the Kent Food Bank.

Katie Strano of Heddle over Heels in Southbury teaches a young crafter how to operate a floor loom at Touch a Trade in Kent on Saturday, Oct. 22. Photo by Riley Klein

Finding the charm and fun of crafts and trades at Eric Sloane Museum

KENT — Seeking to promote a next generation of trade and crafts people,  Hudson Valley Preservation promoted a Touch a Trade event on Saturday, Oct. 22, hosted by the Eric Sloane Museum and the Connecticut Antique Machinery Association.

Visitors to a Green Energy Initiative forum held at Kent School on Saturday, Oct. 15, were invited to collect information from vendors about alternatives to fossil fuel available to homeowners now. The program was sponsored by the Kent Memorial Library. Photo by Leila Hawken

Kent library holds forum on energy issues

KENT — Responding to a widespread call to replace dependency on energy generated by the burning of fossil fuels with cleaner, greener, equally effective alternatives, the Kent Memorial Library sponsored a Green Energy Initiative informational forum held at Kent School on Saturday, Oct. 15.

State Rep. Maria Horn (D-64), Kent First Selectman Jean Speck (D) and Lt. Gov. Susan Bysiewicz (D) at the rally in Kent on Oct. 15. Photo by Lans Christensen

Issues affecting women highlighted at Kent rally

KENT — U.S. Sen. Richard Blumenthal (D-Conn.) and Lt. Gov. Susan Bysiewicz (D) headlined a women’s rally in Kent on Saturday, Oct. 15.

The event was sponsored by the Kent Democratic Town Committee and held at Golden Falcon Field, in the center of town.


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